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README.md

codeforeauclaire.org

The website for the Code for Eau Claire Brigade

VMS Easy setup development environment

Use these instructions to setup a temporary* development environment of this project.

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Create a new Virtual Machine >> SSH in >> Run vms quick install:
  3. export GHUSER='AnthonyAstige' (Replace AnthonyAstige with your username)
  4. curl -L -o- https://rawgit.com/$GHUSER/codeforeauclaire.github.io/master/bin/vmsquickinstall.sh | bash
  5. Run app
  6. ~/codeforeauclaire.github.io/bin/serve
  7. Load http://{vms-ip}:4000 in your browser

*For a permanent development environment we recommend you read the referenced script above to install locally.1. Edit a file >> refresh page in browser to see changes

Goals

  1. Explain what Code for Eau Claire is and the type of work we do.
  2. To celebrate our events, projects, and discussions!
  3. Encourage current and new members to participate with clear ways to get involved.

Tech

Built using Jekyll, Bootstrap.

Contributing

Submitting an Issue

We use GitHub Issues to track bugs and features.

Running the Site Locally on Your Computer

To run the site locally on your own computer (most helpful for previewing your own changes), you will need Jekyll installed (click here for Jekyll installation instructions.)

Fork and clone the repository, then run the following command in the root directory of the repo:

jekyll serve

or

jekyll serve --watch which will watch for changes to files.

Your computer should now be serving your local copy of the site at:

http://localhost:4000.

Submitting a Pull Request

  1. Fork the project.
  2. Create a topic branch.
  3. Implement your feature or bug fix.
  4. Commit and push your changes.
  5. Submit a pull request.